Posted from Red Gate Campground, Savannah, GA
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We successfully made it out of hot, humid Florida and we're now heading north (slowly) toward Virginia. We have never been to Savannah, GA so we thought we'd make a stop in that area for a few days of exploration.
Red Gate RV Campground. It's not too many miles off of I-95, then to I-16 and Chatham Parkway.
This is a somewhat unusual campground in that it was originally Georgia's oldest Jersey dairy cattle farm many years ago. It is now basically owned by two families who run a small campground on part of the property, maintain a riding stable, and host weddings and other events in their buildings.
We only have a few days in Savannah, so we've decided to purchase a 2-day Trolley Tour where we can learn about the city and get on and off at our leisure over the next two days.
As always, more pictures concerning today's blog are available for viewing in our Google+ Album.
Thanks for dropping by to take a look!